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García, D. A., Romero, H., & Colmenares, A. E. (2013). Asfixia perinatal. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 22(1), 28-37. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v22.n1.2013.845

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Dolly Alexandra García
Héctor Romero
Alejandro Emilio Colmenares

Resumen

Se revisa la literatura sobre asfixia perinatal debido a que no existe un consenso sobre su definición. La fisiopatológica actual no es operativa en la clínica, en donde se han barajado distintos criterios, como son: alteraciones de la frecuencia cardíaca fetal, presencia de líquido amniótico meconial, acidosis metabólica, bajas puntuaciones del Apgar y signos clínicos de lesión cerebral posasfictica. Se analiza y se adopta la descrita por la Asociación Americana de Ginecología y Obstetricia (ACOG) y su par de pediatría (AAP). Así mismo se revisan las complicaciones posasficticas en los recién nacidos y se discute la pertinencia del manejo, teniendo en cuenta la alta incidencia en países en vías de desarrollo y las nuevas terapéuticas que conducen a mitigar los daños que genera.

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